Drake is included in the legal battle with the Hebrew Hustle Inc. since 2014 The company initially sued Drake for using jazz artist Jimmy Smith's word for spell Nothing was the same The song "Pound Cake / Paris Morton Music 2." The judge last year accepted Drake's favor by specifying that the model was used honestly.
Drake later reiterated, arguing that Jewish Hustle used the name and image of Drake without permission on his website, which means that Stephen Hacker, the founder of the deletion line since his removal, had worked professionally with Drake. The Decoration Court was sentenced to trial by the New York Court on December 3. In the Jewish Hustle case, Drake is a witness; he personally points in front of the jury.
According to the new lawsuit filed by Pitchfork, the Drake team claims that the Jewish Hustle used the name and image of Drake on its website without the permission of its "commercial benefit". As a result, Drake and his lawyers are asking for a compensation for "commercial value." [Drake]The word and image "(i.e., Jewish stitch money, made possible using the image of Drake), as well as the" consequences of the mental crisis from the offending and distorted misrepresentation of his name and image ".
Explaining their allegations of "mental distress," Drake's lawyers write: "The name of the Jewish plague is offensive because it preserves stereotypes about people of Jewish heritage, for example, [Drake]. [Drake] would never have authorized his name and image for defenders of controversial claims, and is offended that he is wrong with them. "
Pitchfork has contacted Drake representatives.